The Labor Market and the Unemployed

Archive Report


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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor.

Employement Problems in Recovery Period

Progress of the recovery movement is being accompanied on the one hand by recurrent allegations of labor shortages and, on the other hand, by complaints as to the difficulties experienced by older workers in obtaining re-employment. Increasing industrial activity is opening up jobs for many thousands formerly unemployed, but it is apparently persons in the younger age groups who stand the best chance of finding work. At the same time, the developing demand for labor is disclosing lack or impairment of ...

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